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BCW Super Monster 5 Row, Corrugated Cardboard, Storage Box for Sports/Trading Cards (holds 5000 cards)

by BCW
4.2 out of 5 stars 194 customer reviews
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  • Holds 5000 standard sized trading cards
  • Brilliant white - High quality
  • 2 Piece box
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Product Specifications

Model Number1-BX-SMON
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
Material Type(s)CARDBOARD

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 16.1 x 4 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000K41E7E
  • Item model number: 1-BX-SMON
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 months and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,344 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 194 customer reviews
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

The BCW Storage Box is the highest quality, most competitively priced cardboard storage box on the market today. They are constructed of white corrugated paper and have a 200 lb. test strength. Use this box for store and protect collectible trading cards like: baseball cards, basketball cards, football cards, Magic The Gathering, VS, Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokemon, Dragonball Z and others.

From the Manufacturer

The BCW Storage Box is the highest quality, most competitively priced cardboard storage box on the market today. They are constructed of white corrugated paper and have a 200 lb. test strength. Use this box for store and protect collectible trading cards like: baseball cards, basketball cards, football cards, Magic The Gathering, VS, Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokemon, Dragonball Z and others.

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Good reasonably sturdy storgage for a load of cards stored in portrait fashion. This enables you to move around a huge collection all at once.

I'd also get some BCW card dividers (packs of 10 to mark where different types of cards begin & end) + some BCW Monster pad dividers - which when placed next to cards prevent them moving about when you don't fill up a whole row - kind of expandable foam stuff. You don't want to completely fill a row otherwise you can't get your fingers in - so just remove a pad to get at your cards. Takes sleeved & unsleeved cards.

The boxes arrive flatpack in 3 pieces and although once you have made up one box its obvious - initial assembly can be tricky.

Fold everything on the creases basically and you won't go far wrong. Instructions sent from BCW below (although they make it sound a bit more complicated than it is). Flare out the ends of the dividers and put the flared ends under the box side tabs - is the only thing you would probably need advice on:

Cardboard Box Instructions

3 pieces

Base

Lid

Divider(s)

1) Break apart the dividers

a. Fold each in half and flare the ends apart

2) On the base:

a. Fold up the 2 sides

b. Fold in the end-tabs

c. Fold up the ends

d. Fold over far right divider tabs

e. Insert folded divider ends under the divider tabs

f. Fold down divider tabs adjacent to inserted divider

g. Continue e & f until you finish your base

3) On the lid

a. Fold up the sides

b. Fold in the end-tabs

c. Fold up the ends

d. Fold over the ends and lock tabs into the slots
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As a Magic player with an ever-growing collection, I had no real idea how many cards I had until I put this box together and started filling it up. Previously, I was using left over Fat Pack hard boxes and a single big plastic card sorter box that held maybe 1,000 cards max, on their sides. Now I've got EVERYTHING sorted into this one big box; lands in one slot, colored cards taking up about 2 slots, colorless cards taking up half a third slot, and the rest of the space used up by deck boxes and as-of-yet unsorted cards. Note that some of those deck boxes are in fact empty and acting as spacers so the cards don't all fall over. I absolutely love this box; sorting in new cards and searching through my collection during deck building has never been so easy for me.

I do have a few small quibbles, though. For one, when full, this thing is HEAVY, but that's to be expected. Second, as others have said, you have to put it together yourself, but anyone with a little common sense and a look at the finished product image here online should be able to fold the pieces and slot them together in about 5 minutes. Lastly, mine shipped in a massive and largely empty (as in wasted space) cardboard box, easily 5 times bigger than the resulting assembled card box. Looked like a flatscreen TV or something could've fit in it, Styrofoam and all. It seemed like overkill, but my cat had fun playing in it before I threw it out.
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Overall it's a very good product for the price. I purchased this with some BCW Card Divider to organized the MTG cards. Each row is wide enough for a deck box including the Flip Box from ultra pro.
You can use parts of a MTG Fat Pack for dividers, the bottom of each fat pack is just wide enough to be inserted into each row and the cardboard can be cut in half to be use as divider I like to insert them at the end of each row (see picture). However the Top of the fat pack doesn't fit as its just a little too wide.

Pros
- Affordable
- simple design

Cons
- Cardboard is thin, once full of cards not recommended for moving
- I had to use glue & tape to fix some of the cardboard together
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I actuly bought two of these, as my first one filled up. it holds 5 rows of cards. each row can contain a large number of cards I'd guess somewere between 1,000- 2,000 cards.Anyway it took me 1 year to fill it. My only gripe is the lack of assembly instructions. I used a web site that had a pdf file with instructions to assemble both of my boxes. once assembled thought they are invaluable. these boxes are huge hence the "monster" title. it comes flatend and takes about 10 minutes to assemble with online instrutctions.I would still buy over other lesser quality boxes.
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My son's Magic cards are all over his room and overflowing around the house: his desk, the floors, all his shelves, drawers, extending into the hallways and laundry room. He asked me to order these boxes (which are expensive for a bit of folded cardboard) in the US (apparently unavailable in Europe) and bring them back as a travel gift. 7 boxes arrived fully assembled in an enormous carton. Since I had to transport them myself, I spent one jet-lagged morning disassembling them carefully and fitting them flat into my suitcase. My son has now assembled and filled a few of the boxes, but I still look forward to the day when all the cards will have migrated to their appointed place. These boxes were strong enough to both disassemble and reassemble and seem to be well adapted to the organizationally handicapped.
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